- Training beyond high school is required
- CPR Certification required
- 1-2 years experience is required
The Inpatient Lead phlebotomist is responsible for coordinating schedules, daily assignments, and workflow for the inpatient specimen collection station. This position also performs all duties of the inpatient Phlebotomist including promptly and accurately placing orders and procuring, processing, transporting, statusing, and distributing all specimens for WJMC patients. The inpatient lead phlebotomist must also coordinate inpatient services and resolve client and employee inquiries and issues. The inpatient lead phlebotomist will arrange the schedule for any call off situations and make any necessary calls inorder to provide proper coverage or notifying the proper supervisor. The IP Lead phlebotomist reports to the Phlebotomy/ Outreach Supervisor and is responsible to help implement and enforce policies and procedures as outlined by the Phlebotomy/Outreach Supervisor.
Job Specifications - Knowledge and Skills
1. Excellent communication skills.
2. Interpersonal skills.
Job Specifications - Education and Experience
GED / High School Diploma: R Bachelor’s Degree: Master’s Degree: Other (Specify): Vocational training-phlebotomy (R)
Certification(s): Phlebotomy Certification preferred.
Related Experience (Specify months or years): 1-3 years phlebotomy experience required.